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COLPLY® EF FLASHING CEMENT SKU: A217

COLPLY® EF FLASHING CEMENT SKU: A217

COLPLY EF FLASHING CEMENT is a moisture cure singlecomponent elastomeric liquid-applied flashing adhesive using a highly advanced Silyl-Terminated Polyether (STPE) polymer. COLPLY EF FLASHING CEMENT’S thick-bodied, trowel-grade consistency makes it ideal for flashing details.

Product Properties

  • Overlying Material SBS Membrane

Installation

COLPLY EF FLASHING CEMENT is applied to approved, compatible substrates using a notched trowel. Apply COLPLY EF FLASHING CEMENT at 2 to 2.5 gallons per 100 square feet for sand surfaced interply applications. The application rate over approved absorptive or rough substrate surfaces vary, requiring 2.5 gallons or more per 100 square feet. Specifically granulated surfaces require 4 to 5 gallons per 100 square feet. COLPLY EF FLASHING CEMENT is applied to both the flashing ply and the substrate prior to placement of the flashing ply.

 

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